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Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales law firm see Government departments, boards, agencies and commissions--Ipsos-Reid

Stirling, Corporal Thomas Jared see Afghanistan--Peacekeeping operation

Stoddart, Jennifer see Privacy Commissioner

Straight Ahead: A Vision for Transportation in Canadasee Transportation--Polcy

Street racing

    >>Penalties see Criminal Code (amdt.--street racing)(Bill C-338)

Strengthening Canada's Economic Links with the Americassee Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee--Reportsfrom 1st Session, Twenty-second

Strengthening the Canadian Strategy on HIV/AIDS see HealthStanding Committee--Reports, Third

Strikes and lockouts see Labour disputes;Public Service;West coast ports

Student loans

    >>Alternative payments, Ways and Means No. 6
    >>Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)
    >>Bankruptcy, time period see Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (amdt.--studentloan)(Bill C-329)
    >>Business Development Bank of Canada, established as guaranteed lendersee Business Development Bank of Canada and the Canada Student Loans Act(amdt.)(Bill C-217)
    >>Defaults, collection, Ways and Means No. 6,
    >>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)
    >>Eligibility, Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)

Sunset clauses see Gun control--Legislation

Superintendent of Financial Institutions Office

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-65)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1206 (8563-372-155)
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Finance Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 36 (8560-372-535-01)
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 1081(8560-372-535-02)
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Employment Equity Act;Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities;Pension Benefits Standards Act, 1985;Privacy Act

Supplementary Retirement Benefits Act

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Government Operations and Estimates Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, 540 (8560-372-366-01)

Supply

    >>Bills assented, 307
    >>Consideration at the next sitting, M. (Robillard), 2, agreed to, 2
    >>Interim supply
    >>>2003-2004, concurrence, M. (Robillard), 561-2, agreed to on recordeddivision (Divsion No. 75), 562-3
    >>>>See also Appropriation Act No. 1, 2003-2004 (Bill C-30)
    >>Questions required to be decided pursuant to Standing Order 81(17), Thursday, December 5, 2002, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 255
    >>See also Appropriation Act No. 3, 2002-2003 (Bill C-21);Appropriation Act No. 4, 2002-2003 (Bill C-29)Appropriation Act No. 1, 2003-2004 (Bill C-30);Appropriation Act No. 2, 2003-2004 (Bill C-47);Appropriation Act No. 3, 2003-2004 (Bill C-55)

Supply days

    >>Allotted number of days for period ending December 10, 2002, designating, 2, 58

Supply motions

    >>Auditor General Report (2002), House of Commons consideration (Keddy), 451-2
    >>Bovine Spongiform Encephylapothy (BES), Alberta, cow infected, single case,beef export ban, quarantine measures, re-opening United States border,Washington, DC, multi-party delegation (Schellenberger), 1026-8, divisiondeferred, 1028, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 221), 1036-7
    >>Canadian Armed Forces, funding (Wayne), 155, 159, division deferred, 159,negatived on recorded division (Division No. 18), 164-5
    >>Child pornography, possession, legal defences, elimination of exploitation(Thompson, M.), 1176-7, agreed to, 1178
    >>Chrétien, Right Hon. Jean, references, retirement by February 2004,announcement, earlier, following November 2003 leadership convention(Gauthier), 1161-2, division deferred, 1162, negatived on recorded division(Division No. 255), 1178-9
    >>Committees, Parliamentary, Chair and Vice-Chair, election by secret ballot(Reynolds), 149-50, division deferred, 150, agreed to on recorded division(Division No. 17), 162-4
    >>Disability Tax Credit, eligibility criteria changed, reproving, recipientsdisqualified, new proposals (McDonough), 200-3, division deferred, 203, agreedto on recorded division (Division No. 20), 206-8
    >>Firearms registry (Canadian Firearms Program), costs, completion/maintenance(Breitkreuz), 548-9, 553-4
    >>Gasoline taxes, municipalities, providing portion to, initiating discusionswith provinces and territories (Moore), 1084-5, division deferred, 1085, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 239), 1106-7
    >>Government appointments, parliamentary committees, automatic referral(Marceau), 127-8, agreed to on division, 130
    >>>Amdt. (Lalonde), 128, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 11), 129-30
    >>Grain industry, marketing, Canadian Wheat Board, unfair treatment of prairiefarmers (Harper), 172
    >>Health care funding, federal government share (Ménard), 263-4, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 24), 265-6
    >>>Amdt. (Picard), 263, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 23), 264-5
    >>Income tax, tax equity, tax convention with Barbados, termination/tax havens elimination (Paquette), 994-5, division deferred, 995, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 219), 1028-9
    >>Infrastructure, federal government role, funding, stable funding, necessity, reducing gasoline taxes, provinces introducing special tax to fund infrastructure (Moore), 917, 918, division deferred, 919, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 195), 919-20
    >>Iraq, United States pre-emptive attack
    >>>Canadian participation
    >>>>House of Commons consultation/vote (Reynolds), 382-3, division deferred,383, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 39), 399-401
    >>>>>Amdt. (Lalonde), 383, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 38), 398-9
    >>>>Non-participation (Duceppe), 525, 526-7, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 61), 528-9
    >>>>>Amdt. (Bachand, C.), 525, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 60), 527-8
    >>>>United Nations Security Council authorization (Bachand, C.), 389, 391-2,division deferred, 392, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 40), 401-2
    >>>Canadian position
    >>>>(Day), 541-2, 545-6, 549, negatived on recorded division (Division No.64), 550-1
    >>>>>Amdt. (Jaffer), 545, division deferred, 546, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 63), 549-50
    >>>>(Harper), 654, division deferred, 655, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 143), 668-9
    >>Judicial law-making, misappropriation by courts of Parliament's right to legislate on matters of social policy (Toews), 755
    >>Kyoto Protocol (1997), implementation plan (Harper), 110-1, division deferred, 111, division further deferred, 119, agreed to on recorded division(Division No. 15), 134-5
    >>Labour disputes, strikebreakers, ban, Canada Labour Code provisions (Guay),722-3
    >>Marriage, definition, lawful union of one man and one woman to the exclusionof all others (Harper), 970-1
    >>>Amdt. (Toews), 971
    >>National identity card, privacy principle (Davies), 417-8
    >>National Missile Defense (NMD) System (United States), Canadianparticipation (Bachand, C.), 787-8
    >>North American Aerospace Defence Command (NORAD), support, affirming(Gallant), 827, division deferred, 827
    >>Proportional representation, referendum/commission (Nystrom), 1057-8, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 222), 1059-60
    >>World Health Organization (WHO), Taiwan, membership/observer status,Canadian position (Abbott), 797-8, 802, division deferred, 802, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 169), 808-9

Supreme Court Act (amdt.)(Bill C-349)--Bryden

Supreme Court Act (amdt.--appointment of judges)(Bill C-272)--Vellacott

Supreme Court of Canada

    >>Appointments, House of Commons approval
    >>>M-79 (Williams), 172-3, dropped from the Order Paper, under S.O.96(1), 173
    >>>See also Supreme Court Act (amdt.--appointment of judges)(Bill C-272)
    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-81)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1206 (8563-372-171)
    >>Deschamps, Madame Justice Marie, appointment, commission, tabled, 53 (8525-372-3)
    >>See also Constitution;Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities;Government automobiles/motor vehicles--Federal Court of Canada

Surveyors see Association of Canada Lands Surveyors

Survivor benefits see Canada Pension Plan (CPP);Pensions

Sustainable development see Canada Foundation for Sustainable DevelopmentTechnology;Water--British Columbia, Ecosystem sustainable development policy

Sustainable Development and Environmental Assessment: Beyond Bill C-9 see Environment and Sustainable Development Standing Committee--Reports, Second

Swarming

    >>Recruitment see Criminal Code (amdt.--recruitment of children andswarming)(Bill C-295)

Sweden see Social security agreements

Sylvain, Lornécia Jeune and Érilus see Immigrants--Deportation

Syria see Arar, Maher

T

Ta'an Kwach'an Council Self-Government Agreement

    >>Legislation see Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-6)

Taiwan see World Health Organization (WHO)

Take note debates

    >>Canadian Coast Guard, Committee of the Whole take note (Government BusinessNo. 6)
    >>>Committee shall consider a motion, M. (Boudria), agreed to, 153
    >>>M. (Boudria), 173
    >>Finance Standing Committee, Second Report ("Canada: People, Places and Priorities", pre-budget consultations) (Government Business No. 11), M. (Boudria), 289-90, 295
    >>Fisheries, Committee of the Whole take note (Government Business No. 14), 479
    >>>Committee shall consider a motion, M. (Boudria), 451, agreed to, 452
    >>Health care, future, on-going public discussion, House take note (GovernmentBusiness No. 4), M. (McLellan), 119, 123, 141-2
    >>House of Commons proceedings, modernization and improvement, proposals (Government Business No. 8)
    >>>House shall consider a motion, M. (Boudria), 181, agreed to, 181
    >>>M. (Boudria), 210, 215, 217
    >>Iraq, international situation
    >>>Committee of the Whole take note (Government Business No. 13),M. (Boudria), 341
    >>>House take note (Government Business No. 1)
    >>>>House shall consider a motion, agreed to, by unanimous consent, 2-3
    >>>>M. (Boudria), 6
    >>Kyoto Protocol (1997), ratification
    >>>House take note (Government Business No. 9), M. (Anderson, Hon. David), 225, 229-30, 232, 237-8, 241-8, 251, 277, 281, 285, 291-4, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 33), 293-4
    >>>>Amdt. (Mills, B.), 237, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 32), 292-3
    >>>>>Amdt. to amdt. (Hilstrom), 241-2, division deferred, 285, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 31), 291-2
    >>>>Closure
    >>>>>M. under S.O. 57 (Boudria), agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 29), 280-1
    >>>>>Notice, 264, 277

Task forces see Access to Information Review Task Force

Taking the Necessary Measures to Enhance the Integrity of the Social Insurance Number: A Review of the Action Plan see Human ResourcesDevelopment and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee--Reports, Second

Tax Conventions Implementation Act, 2002(Bill S-2)--Minister of Finance(Manley)

    >>Message from Senate, 141
    >>1st r, 147
    >>2nd r, 151, 153-4, agreed to on division, 154
    >>Foreign Affairs and International Trade Standing Committee
    >>>Referral, 154
    >>>Report, without amdt., 208
    >>Report stage, 217
    >>>Concurrence, M. (Manley), 217, division deferred, 217, further deferred, 219, by unanimous consent, agreed to on division, 229
    >>3rd r, 237-8, passed, 238
    >>Royal Assent, 306 (Chap. 24, S.C. 2003)

Tax Court of Canada

    >>Departmental Performance Report
    >>>2001-2002, tabled, 178 (8563-372-82)
    >>>2002-2003, tabled, 1207 (8563-372-172)
    >>Rizzuto, Vito, case (file #98-2497(IT)G), P-11 (Williams), transferred, 854
    >>See also Estimates, 2003-2004, Main--Reports on Plans and Priorities

Tax credits see Disability Tax Credit;Disabled and handicapped persons--Housekeeping activities--Note-taking services;Film or Video Production Services Tax Credit;Hearing and speech impairment;Medical expense tax credit;Mining industry--Exploration

Tax Fairness for Persons with Disabilities see Human ResourcesDevelopment and the Status of Persons with Disabilities Standing Committee--Reports, First

Tax havens see Income tax--Tax equity

Tax reductions

    >>Petitions
    >>>(Grewal), (372-0710), 263, gr, 323 (8545-372-59-01)

Tax shelters

    >>Ways and Means No. 3, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-2)
    >>Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)

Tax treaties see Belgium;Canada-United Kingdom and Northern Ireland Tax Convention;Italy;Kuwait;Moldova;Mongolia;Norway;Portugal;Senegal;United Arab Emirates;Vietnam

Taxation see Capital tax;Excise tax;First Nations Tax Commission (FNTC);Fuel taxes;Gasoline taxes;Income tax;Mining industry;Property taxes

Taxpayers' Bill of Rights (Bill C-332)--Peschilolido

Taxpayers' Bill of Rights (Bill C-336)--Kenney

Team Canada Inc.

    >>2002 annual report, tabled, 569 (8560-372-786-01)

Technology Partnerships Canada

    >>2001-2002 annual report, tabled, 186 (8560-372-203-01)

Tecumseh

    >>First Nations Chief, War of 1812, contribution, monument commemorating
    >>>Petitions
    >>>>(Adams), (372-1403), 679, gr, 834 (8545-372-7-12)

Telecommunications Act (amdt.--restrictions on telemarketing)(BillC-301)--Duncan

Telecommunications industry

    >>Foreign investment see Industry, Science and Technology Standing Committee--Reports, Third

Telefilm Canada

    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Canadian Heritage Standing Committee
    >>>2001-2002 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 65 (8560-372-91-01)
    >>>2002-2003 annual report, with Auditor General's report, 1092 (8560-372-91-02)
    >>See also Access to Information Act;Privacy Act

Telemarketing

    >>Restrictions, no telemarketing list see Telecommunications Act(amdt.--restrictions on telemarketing)(Bill C-301)

Television see All-news television channel;Cable television;Canadian Television Fund;Satellite television

Témiscamingue constituency see Elections--Certificates of election;House of Commons--Vacancies

Terrorism

    >>Combatting
    >>>Legislation see Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-16);Public Safety Act, 2002 (Bill C-17)
    >>>Statement by Minister (Easter), 860
    >>Reports tabled and permanently referred to Justice and Human Rights Standing Committee
    >>>Investigative hearings, Criminal Code, sections 83.28 and 83.29, December 24, 2001 to December 23, 2002 operations, 723-4 (8560-372-820-01)
    >>See also Bioterrorism;United Nations Suppression of Terrorism Regulations

Terrorist groups

    >>Ban, list of terrorist networks/entities
    >>>November 27, 2002 additions, Statement by Minister (Easter), 232
    >>>February 12, 2003 additions, Statement by Minister (Easter), 406
    >>>April 3, 2003 additions, Statement by Minister (Easter), 653
    >>See also Hezbollah terrorist group

Terry Fox Day

    >>Establishing see Terry Fox Day Act (Bill C-225)

Terry Fox Day Act (Bill C-225)--Phinney

    >>1st r, 49
    >>Sponsor, name change, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 435

Teslin Tlingit Council Self-Government Agreement

    >>Legislation see Specific Claims Resolution Act (Bill C-6)

Texada Island, BC see Aquaculture--British Columbia

Theft see Auto theft;Canadian Armed Forces--Military equipment;Immigration--Offices

Throne Speech

    >>Address in Reply
    >>>Engrossed and presented to Governor General by the Speaker, M. (Boudria), 94, agreed to, 94
    >>>Presentation to Governor General, M. (Pacetti), 3, 5-6, 13-4, 19-20, 40-1, 50, 61, 63-4, division deferred, 64, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 8), 93-4
    >>>>Amdt. (Harper), 5-6, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 7), 43
    >>>>>Amdt. to amdt. (Duceppe), 6, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 1), 14-5
    >>>>>Amdt. to amdt. (Spencer), 20, negatived on recorded division (Division No. 6), 41-2
    >>>>Procedure, "That the debate be now adjourned", M. (Harper), 3, agreed to, 3
    >>Consideration later this day, M. (Chrétien), 1, agreed to, 2
    >>Reported by Speaker, 1
    >>Tabled, 1 (8525-372-1)
    >>See also Science

Tibbett & Britton Group North America see Canadian Armed Forces--Supply chain management

Tibet

    >>Petitions
    >>>(Anders), (372-0990), 375, gr, 758 (8545-372-18-02); (372-1196), 493, gr, 758 (8545-372-18-02)
    >>>(Anderson, D.), (371-0879), 114 (8545-372-18-01)

Tobacco/cigarettes

    >>Customs tariff
    >>>Ways and Means No. 5, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-4)
    >>>Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)
    >>Excise tax
    >>>Ways and Means No. 5, notice, tabled, 431 (8570-372-4)
    >>>Ways and Means No. 6
    >>>>Concurrence, deemed moved and division deferred, M., agreed to, by unanimous consent, 546, agreed to on recorded division (Division No. 65), 551-2
    >>>>Notice, tabled, 517 (8570-372-10)
    >>>>See also Budget Implementation Act, 2003 (Bill C-28)
    >>Flammability standard, fire-safe cigarettes see Hazardous Products Act(amdt)--fire-safe cigarettes)(Bill C-260);Health Standing Committee--Reports, Seventh
    >>Petitions